A House of Lords Select Committee report on citizenship and civic engagement has based recommendations about young people, discrimination, social anxiety and policy on research by Loughborough University.
Loughborough University academics have secured funding for a project that aims to inform policy makers of the true cost of creating a ‘healthy nation’.
Two academics are to travel thousands of miles to Loughborough after being awarded prestigious Visiting Fellowships.
This year’s Claudia Parsons Memorial Lecture introduced Loughborough to Dr Jessica Wade.
Two years into a four-year plan to cut funding for UK sports, new research shows that non-commercially driven sports will struggle to survive without central Government support.
The on-going debate over whether ‘health obesity’ exists is diverting attention away from effective medical research as academics continue to use the confusing classification.
Loughborough University has been shortlisted for five Times Higher Education Leadership and Management Awards.
Arctic researchers are due to spend two-weeks in Greenland installing equipment which will help them understand the impact of dust originating from high latitude, cold regions.
An international study has revealed that people, regardless of where they live and their age, poorly guess how physically active they actually are.
Professor Elizabeth Peel, from the School of Social, Political and Geographical Sciences, has been appointed as Associate Pro Vice-Chancellor (Associate PVC) for the Doctoral College.
Artists and academics are to come together at an innovative LU Arts event to explore the relationships between black people, music and movement.
A new research centre looking at the impact of social media on the spread of misinformation and the rise of hate speech and incivility has been launched by Loughborough University.
A new online guide which allows employers and staff to talk about mental health has been made available to businesses across the UK.
Children from disadvantaged families are at greater risk of being overweight compared to those from more affluent backgrounds, a new study has found, but this hasn’t always been the case.
Delegates from all over the country visited the University earlier this month to remember and rethink a study that looked at how the media shaped attitudes to poverty and welfare in the 1970s.
Sleep. It is something we all do but how much do you actually know about it?
Six Loughborough students have had their innovative creations recognised in an international packaging design competition – with one talented undergraduate ranking in the top 13.
Staff, students and members of the public are invited to an exhibition that uses items from Leicester’s historical collections to examine the role and status of objects.
Amanda Daley is bringing her expertise in lifestyle interventions and health outcomes to Loughborough University as Professor of Behavioural Medicine.
Girls were more active when they ate breakfast daily as part of a study into whether breakfast frequency affects physical activity.
A Loughborough University mathematician and her filmmaker sister have created a video for International Women’s Day 2018.
A new study has shown that migrant populations moving to more affluent countries grow physically taller over relatively short periods of time.
A Loughborough University London project, which challenges students to help solve real problems set by a wide variety of organisations, was celebrated at an event last week.
The Director of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Polar Regions Secretariat in Westminster led a talk at the University last week that aimed to inspire and educate students on the science of the Arctic.
Loughborough University is hosting a design competition that hopes to improve water safety for both athletes and recreational swimmers.